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Old 23rd Nov 2022, 6:05 pm   #21
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If there is a hard and fast definition for this then I'd like to see it. I personally - and I may be quite wrong! - see things on the end of a cable as a plug, and something mounted on a chassis or housing as a socket.
So.... your mains extension leads have plugs on each end do they?
Mine certainly do - but as pointed out......there are diametrically opposing definitions of what is a "plug".
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Old 25th Nov 2022, 12:41 am   #22
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Hmmm.... a previous thread about "plugs", "sockets" and "plug tops" comes to mind.

Then there's "receptacles" to add to the mix.

Could be time to pull the ? on this!
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